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Awantec provides easy accessible and flexible digital learning platform

CYBERJAYA, 10 November 2023 - AwanBiru Technology Berhad through it’s fully-owned subsidiary, Awantec Systems Sdn Bhd (“ASSB”), has entered into a Memorandum of Collaboration with Pertubuhan Alam Sekitar, Sosial dan Tadbir Urus Malaysia (“ESG Malaysia”), an organisation who supports Malaysia’s ESG transformation.

This partnership will solidify ASSB’s prominence as the forefront of digital learning solutions in Malaysia through its collaboration with Skillsoft. This AI-driven platform offers a comprehensive range of training solutions, which include Environment, Social, and Governance (“ESG”) contents that can be found under more than 1,000 related compliance topics.

Within the framework of this collaboration, ESG Malaysia is committed to amplifying the reach of ESG's content and training courses by localising it’s content tailored for the Percipio Skillsoft platform while consistently monitoring the engagement and effectiveness of the ESG content on the platform.

ESG Malaysia’s concerted efforts will target a broader audience, focusing on public listed companies that are initiating ESG reporting for the bourse. This strategic alliance seeks to make cutting-edge ESG resources more accessible and affordable for a diverse range of learners and organizations, particularly environmental and sustainable practitioners who want to enhance their knowledge on sustainability reporting, renewable energy and green technologies, and sustainable transportation among others.

“Our collaboration with Skillsoft has harnessed a suite of products and solutions to craft an accessible, affordable, and user-friendly digital learning platform. This AI-driven online learning platform is able to accelerate learning with expertly curated, high-quality skilling pathways mapped to the world’s most in-demand competencies, making skilling personalised and accessible anytime, anywhere, on any device. Being a HRDCorp Certified Training Provider, organisations can utilise their Human Resource Development Corporation (“HRD”) levy.” Director, Talent and Development, Dr Peter Lee Fuei Siong said.


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